The thirteen Epistles (Greek: ΕΠΙΣΤΟΛΑΙ; Latin: EPISTOLAE) may or many not have been written by Plato. If genuine these letters provide a glimpse into the personal life of Plato including his financial concerns and political involvement with the tyrant Dionysius II. Coded language and hidden messages appear to have been used in the letters making parts difficult to understand. (Adapted from the Text and Wikipedia by Geoffrey Edwards)
Uncompressed 24-bit 192 kHz WAV64 version of the LibriVox recording of Epistles by Plato. Translated by George Burges. Read in English by Geoffrey Edwards. Proof Listened by David Craig. Painting: Portrait of the Sisters Zénaïde and Charlotte Bonaparte by Jacques-Louis David (French, 1748 - 1825), 1821. Scanned by The J. Paul Getty Museum. Recording and Cover by Geoffrey Edwards are in the public domain.
The online text can be found here: https://archive.org/details/WorksOfPlatoV4